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TEXT Technology / Archives
the journal of computer text processing

Volume 14, Number 2, 2005

John Bradley
What You (Fore)see is What You Get:Thinking About Usage Paradigms for Computer Assisted Text Analysis

Susan Brown, Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, Jeffrey Antoniuk, Sharon Farnel, Jane Haslett, and Kathryn Carter
Facing the Deep: The Orlando Project Delivery System 1.0

Julia Flanders
Detailism, Digital Texts, and the Problem of Pedantry

David L. Hoover
Hot-Air Textuality: Literature after Jerome McGann

Jerome McGann
Information Technology and the Troubled Humanities

Jean Guy Meunier, Ismail Biskri, and Dominic Forest
A Model for Computer Analysis and Reading of Text (CARAT): The SATIM Approach

Marc R. Plamondon
Computer-Assisted Phonetic Analysis of English Poetry: A Preliminary Case Study of Browning and Tennyson

Stephen Ramsay
In Praise of Pattern



Volume 14, Number 1, 2005

Michael Best
'Is this a vision? is this a dream?': Finding New Dimensions in Shakespeare's Texts

Claire Carlin
Drawing Knowledge from Information: Early Modern Texts and Images on the TAPoR Platform

John H. Esling, Lisa D. Bettany, Allison Benner, and Spencer Rose
Phonetic Structure and Aquisition of Laryngeal and Pharyngeal Articulations:Text-Analysis Considerations

Dominic Forest and Jean-Guy Meunier
NUMEXCO: A Text Mining Approach to Thematic Analysis of a Philosophical Corpus

Murray McGillivray
Statistical Analysis of Digital Paleographic Data: What Can It Tell Us?

Martin Mueller
The Nameless Shakespeare

Chris Petter, Linda Roberts, and Spencer Rose
The Robert Graves Diary (1935-39)

Geoffrey Rockwell
MIMes and MeRMAids: On the Possibility of Computer-aided Interpretation

Ray Siemens, with the TAPoR Community
Text Analysis and the Dynamic Edition? A Working Paper, Briefly Articulating Some Concerns with an Algorithmic Approach to the Electronic Scholarly Edition

Stéfan Sinclair
Towards Next Generation Text Analysis Tools: The Text Analysis Markup Language (TAML)

Russon Wooldridge
The World Wide Web as a Linguistic Corpus

Text Technology: Vol. 14, No. 1

Volume 13, Number 2, 2004

Ian Lancashire

Steven Jones and Neil Fraistat
The MOO as an Arcade: minimalism and interpretive literary games

Rafael Valencia-García, J.T. Fernández-Breis, Pascual Cantos-Gómez and Rodrigo Martínez-Béjar
An approach for acquiring structured knowledge from text

Maite Taboada
The Genre Structure of Bulletin Board Messages

Ron Broglio
Criticism from Inside the Poem: MOOs and Blake's Milton

Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
Extreme Inscription: Towards a Grammatology of the Hard Drive

Text Technology: Vol. 13, No. 2

Volume 12, Number 2, 2003

Johanna Drucker and Geoffrey Rockwell
Introduction: Reflections on the Ivanhoe Game

Jerome McGann
Texts in N-Dimensions and Interpretation in a New Key [Discourse and Interpretation in N-Dimensions]

Johanna Drucker
Designing Ivanhoe

Chandier Sansing
Case Study and Appeal: Building the Ivanhoe Game for Classroom Flexibility

Bethany Nowviskie
Subjectivity in the Ivanhoe Game:Visual and
Computational Strategies

Geoffery Rockwell
Serious Play at Hand: Is Gaming Serious
Research in the Humanities?

Text Technology: Vol. 12, No. 2